GC: Saturday 15-0 NCAAB Power Angle Play + 7 BIGS Going

Saturday card has 6* NFL side with 4 Perfect systems + Compass Bowl 5* Double Simulation system, the NBA Revenge game of the Month with an Undefeated system and 3 Perfect angles, and 3 Big NCAAB Plays led by the PAC 12 Game of the Month, 21-0 Blowout and 18-1 Road warrior sides, Seven solid plays in all. Free NCAAB Power Angle Play below.

On Saturday the free play is on California. Game 629 at 11:00 eastern. The Bears have some amazing numbers here in this one. They are 15-0 vs teams under .500 and 10-1 vs teams who score 65 or less points per game. In games off a conference loss they have covered 10 of the last 15 and are 3-0 with 1 or less day of rest, as well as 15-5 on Saturday. They do have 2-3 players that are questionable for this one, so we will revisit this one when their status is determined. Last season they won here 75-49. USC has lost 6 of 9 vs team over .500 and are 11-25 ats in conference play. As a home favorite of 3 or less they have lost 3 of 4. They are 1-3 with 1 or less day of rest and 7-21 when the total is 120 to 130. The come in off a home dog win over Stanford in overtime and could be flat here. Looking at the RPI Numbers USC is ranked 138 and California is ranked 72. Look for California to win this one. On Saturday there are 7 Big plays up with a 6* NFL Side with 4 Perfect systems + 5* Double Perfect Compass Bowl winner,The NBA 100% Revenge Game of the Month, PAC 12 Game of the Month, 21-0 Blowout side and 18-1 NCAAB Road warrior in NCAAB Action. Last night we cashed outright dog winner on Memphis in NCAAB. Contact at goldencontender@aol.com or at 646-269-5269 to Jump on and Cash this Big Power card for Saturday. For the free play take California. GC

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Dirty has been an employee or owner of some of the top online sports gambling forums since 1998. He worked at EOG.com from it's inception until 2008 when he left and opened GamblingIQ and then in 2012 opened Handicappers Hidaway. He has written hundreds af articles over the years and always has his "Dirty Dozen" College Football poll up starting the first week of October.
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